Most welcome to the NTT catalogue is Bristol/UK's Binray, who delivers an intense melting pot of high standard electronic constructions. The tracks in "Cederoth Bloodstopper" blur the lines between sonic Lorenz attractors and freestyle alien beatings. Its sound flows so naturally that it could only have come from Binray's self-invented sequencing methods, which appearantly offer an incredible degree of control. Not staking out in the chaotic beatfuckery area, some of the other, less beat oriented tracks (Reinvertebrate/Mondieuilpleut) suggest that we've only scratched the surface of this artist's awesome potential. Keep an eye out on this one!!
September 25, 2006 Subject:
Reviewed on Gratisvibes.com
This is one hell of a Glitch album! Full of weird sounds, complicated grooves, alien beats, abstract, and this album is still sounding so smooth. Every single sound (or noise, if you would like to call it that) is there for a reason. Every single one of them helps in one way or another in enriching the sound and structure for each tracks.
According to the description at the Internet Archive, it is claimed that these tracks are produced using the artistâs self-invented sequencing method, which provides a high degree of control over things. It certainly does sound true to me judging by the quality of the tracks in this album.
There is generally a dark theme across Cederoth Bloodstopper, which adds to the continuity of the album.
Overall, an extremely well done glitch album.
Amino Domino - First track of the album. Welcome to the space ship.
Trench - My favourite track on the album. Dark, strange, slow, steady and nice.